On today’s show we talked about Michigan being ranked 4th in nation in deer-vehicle crashes.
A disease that began killing deer last summer has now wiped out more than 8,000 whitetails in Michigan.
A 51-year-old Michigan man is facing over 100 charges related to poaching deer and turkey.
Born September 7, this adorable fawn is waiting to see you at the zoo.
October and November are the two most dangerous months for car accidents involving deer, according to the Michigan Deer Crash Coalition.
Authorities in Michigan say an insect-spread deer disease has spread to at least 24 counties.
Western Michigan authorities are planning special deer hunts this fall to reduce what they say is the out-of-control population in an area of Lake Michigan dunes south of Muskegon.
State wildlife officials say more than 1,700 white-tailed deer have been killed this summer by a disease affecting several counties in the southern half of Michigan’s Lower Peninsula.
Wildlife officials say a viral disease has turned up in eight Michigan counties and killed hundreds of deer.
The numbers amount to a statewide decrease of 47,550 licenses from last year, although the number available in the Upper Peninsula will rise slightly because the deer population there is trending upward.